History Recap / TheSimpsonsS14E11BartingOver

6th Jun '17 8:06:18 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* ArtisticLicenseLaw: Bart's emancipated from his parents at the age of 10--in real life, you have to be 14 to 17 to be legally emancipated from your parents or legal guardians. Judge Harm even says it shouldn't be done but Homer is that bad.

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* ArtisticLicenseLaw: Bart's emancipated from his parents at the age of 10--in real life, you have to be 14 to 17 to be legally emancipated from your parents or legal guardians. guardians.
** EveryoneHasStandards:
Judge Constance Harm is the one takes up Bart's case against his dad. Despite being known for her cruelty and harshness, as well as acknowledging that Bart's technically too young to be emancipated from his family, even says it shouldn't be done but Homer is she feels that bad.Bart's probably better off living on his own than being forced to live with a JerkAss like Homer.



* EveryoneHasStandards: The judge that takes up Bart's case is Judge Constance Harm. Despite being known for her cruelty and harshness, as well as acknowledging that Bart is technically too young to be emancipated from his parents, even she feels that Homer is too much of a JerkAss for Bart to be living with him.
4th Jun '17 5:56:32 PM trixus
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* ArtisticLicenseLaw: Bart's emancipated from his parents at the age of 10--in real life, you have to be 14 to 17 to be legally emancipated from your parents or legal guardians.

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* ArtisticLicenseLaw: Bart's emancipated from his parents at the age of 10--in real life, you have to be 14 to 17 to be legally emancipated from your parents or legal guardians. Judge Harm even says it shouldn't be done but Homer is that bad.
22nd Apr '17 2:34:17 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* ArtisticLicenseLaw: Bart's emancipated from his parents at the age of 10--in real life, you have to be 14 to 17 to be legally emancipated from your parents or legal guardians.



* {{Hypocrite}}: It's somewhat hard to take Bart's complaints of Homer cheating money from him seriously given the endless cases throughout the show that he has lost, exploited, tricked or plain out stolen large sums of money from Homer and the rest of his family. [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS2E2SimpsonAndDelilah Homer's own ascension into fortune was ruined by Bart's stupidity]].

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* {{Hypocrite}}: It's somewhat hard to take Bart's complaints of Homer cheating money from him seriously given the endless cases throughout the show that he has lost, exploited, tricked or plain out stolen large sums of money from Homer and (and the rest of his family.family). [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS2E2SimpsonAndDelilah Homer's own ascension into fortune was ruined by Bart's stupidity]].



* IThoughtItMeant: When Homer and Marge receive a subpoena from Bart's lawyer and Bart explains that he wants to be emancipated, Homer initially assumes that it means that Bart wants to become a girl (apparently thinking that emancipation is a sex change). Lisa explains to him that in this situation, "emancipated" means that Bart would be declared a legal adult and be able to move out and live on his own despite not being 18 yet.
** In real life, you have to be at least 14 to 17 to be legally from your parents or legal guardians.

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* IThoughtItMeant: When Homer and Marge receive a subpoena from Bart's lawyer and Bart explains that he wants to be emancipated, emancipated from them (mainly Homer), Homer initially assumes that it means that Bart wants to become be a girl (apparently (presumably thinking that emancipation is involves a sex change). Lisa explains to him that in this situation, "emancipated" means that Bart would be declared a legal adult and be able to move out and live on his own despite not being 18 yet.
** In real life, you have to be at least 14 to 17 to be legally from your parents or
yet (the age that a person is usually considered a legal guardians.adult).
26th Mar '17 2:45:41 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* IThoughtItMeant: When Homer and Marge receive a subpoena from Bart's lawyer and Bart explains that he wants to be emancipated, Homer initially assumes that it means that Bart wants to become a girl (apparently thinking that emancipation is a sex change). Lisa explains to him that in this situation, "emancipated" means that Bart would be declared a legal adult and be able to move out and live on his own despite not being 18 yet.
** In real life, you have to be at least 14 to 17 to be legally from your parents or legal guardians.
26th Mar '17 2:31:04 PM TMNTFanGirl
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----* WhosOnFirst: When Bart goes to the Blue-Haired Lawyer and explains that he wants to be emancipated from his parents, the lawyer seems to go "you WHAT?!" Bart explains himself again, but the lawyer explains that he understood Bart the first time and that he was just calling for his secretary--a woman who happens to be named "Yuwa."
26th Mar '17 2:18:36 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* EveryoneHasStandards: The judge that takes up Bart's case is Judge Harm. Despite being known for her cruelty and harshness, even she feels that Homer is too much of a JerkAss for Bart to be living with him.

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* EveryoneHasStandards: The judge that takes up Bart's case is Judge Constance Harm. Despite being known for her cruelty and harshness, as well as acknowledging that Bart is technically too young to be emancipated from his parents, even she feels that Homer is too much of a JerkAss for Bart to be living with him.



** Bart says he doesn't remember doing a commercial... while munching on a Buttterfinger.

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** Bart says he doesn't remember doing a commercial... while munching on a Buttterfinger.
1st Jan '17 11:16:15 AM mangamanic
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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: This is the only episode where Bart returns the favor to Homer. Unlike Homer strangling Bart with his hands, however, Bart strangles Homer in a more violent manner: using Homer's '''belt'''.

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: This is the only episode where Bart returns the favor to Homer. Unlike Homer strangling Bart with his hands, however, Bart Bart, being too small to wrap his hands around his fathers neck, strangles Homer in a more violent manner: using Homer's '''belt'''.
28th Nov '16 8:17:20 PM trixus
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** Marge is a very lesser case, she'd rather Bart stay in a house he's miserable and treated badly in by Homer then for him to leave.
4th Nov '16 10:09:19 AM Premonition45
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* AmbiguousSyntax: Lisa finds the video tape titled "Bart Sad", which intrigues her, and so, she puts it in the VCR. However, when she finds a commercial starring Bart as a baby, she realizes that this should have said "Bart'''[='=]'''s Ad"
3rd Oct '16 3:17:11 PM NWolfman
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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: During the skating competition and Lisa tallies the number of Homer's schemes at 300, Marge notes she thought it was 302. Lisa quickly shushes her. This references how the episode is actually the 302nd Episode, but was advertised by Fox as the 300th.

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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: LeaningOnTheFourthWall
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During the skating competition and Lisa tallies the number of Homer's schemes at 300, Marge notes she thought it was 302. Lisa quickly shushes her. This references how the episode is actually the 302nd Episode, but was advertised by Fox as the 300th.300th.
** Bart says he doesn't remember doing a commercial... while munching on a Buttterfinger.
* ShoutOut: Upon arriving at his new loft, Bart enthusiastically throws his baseball cap in the air, announcing that he's "gonna make it" a la ''Series/TheMaryTylerMooreShow''... only for it to get ripped into a million pieces by the ceiling fan.
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